Fashion designer Vyacheslav Zaitsev said he did not intend to endure deals behind his back.
The media are actively writing that Vyacheslav Zaitsev is sick and cannot move without assistance. But recently, the couturier went through a rehabilitation course and returned to the leadership of his Fashion House.
83-year-old Vyacheslav Mikhailovich himself told about this to journalists. Back in the fall, for the first time in a long time, he appeared on television and promised transformations in his beloved Fashion House. And now the master’s words are beginning to come true. First of all, he will create a new collection, and then put the Fashion House building in the center of Moscow in order.
“Now I am actively working on changing the management team. In the near future, the return to work of laid-off employees (we are talking about those who were laid off in 2020), as well as the recruitment of new, young and talented ones. I’m looking for fresh ideas, new designers who rely on my style in their work.”, Zaitsev explained.
Most of all, the fashion legend is outraged by the fact that in his absence they began to sell the premises of the building. He cannot prevent this in any way, so he is going to restore everything that has been lost. “In no case will I sell the building of the Fashion House in parts, I will not give another square meter. I will say this: I will not allow you to make transactions behind my back in the future.”, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich warns KP.RU.
The couturier warned: now he is the owner of a controlling stake in the Fashion House, so not a single transaction will go through without his knowledge. “I am full of strength and energy to revive the former glory of my offspring“, Zaitsev said.
Recall that Vyacheslav Zaitsev has been suffering from a serious illness for several years – Parkinson’s disease. Because of this, it is difficult for him to move around, problems with speech began. In 2020-2021, the health failed the master, but he heeded the advice of specialists and underwent a course of treatment and rehabilitation, after which he felt better.